Here are free letter tiles for my online Summer Letter Tile Challenge. These letter tiles are enough for all of the words presented in the challenge. Just copy/paste and print one time and you're all set!! To see the challenge, go to my facebook page https://www.facebook.com/mathmargosmore/. To view my full product on sale at Teachers Pay Teachers, click on this link: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Distance-Learning-Summer-Letter-Tile-Challenge-Build-a-Word-5705567. Hope your kids enjoy the challenge!
Use alphabet jigsaw puzzles as "ice breakers" at the start of a new school year.
Get the kids outside to enjoy nature during summer vacation. They can do some "casual learning" as well through participation in a citizen scientist program. Fun for all!
Here's a few citizen scientist projects I recommend for kids ages 8-high school. Get them outside to appreciate and learn about nature this summer!
Give mom the special TREATment on Mother's Day!!! Kids can make their moms these healthy delicious treats plus a beautiful holder to put them in. Simple to do! No bake, print and do. Easy enough for dads to do with their kids (ha-ha, only kidding); perfect for the classroom and homeschool. Great way to practice measurement and following
Are we losing our minds? That is, our ability to remember.
Have the kids make this simple but beautiful Valentine tabletop decoration! Intended for kids in third grade and up.....
Want multiplication facts practice that's almost as fun as stacking cups? (maybe more) You've got see this Multi-Fact Multiplication box. It's so simple to make!
The versatile picture dictionary can be used in many ways to enrich vocabulary. Here is one way to use them for classifying and categorizing words.
What's more fun than searching for pictures in an "I Spy" type of collage? Making one yourself and then "trying it out" on your friends! You'll find complete directions and a student's finished product here.
How do you introduce color recognition and color names? Do you focus the "basic 8"? Would you like your students (even the youngest)to expand their perception of color?
These are fun and easy ideas you can share with the kids!
If you're thinking about converting from desks to tables, here's a few ideas for you!